Sign up for your Council Tax Customer Online Account
The Council Tax Online Account is linked to mygovscot myaccount. Your online account allows you to:
- Instantly access your Council Tax details and bills
- Report changes
- Sign up for paperless billing
What you will need to register
To access your account you will need:
- A registered mygovscot myaccount
- Your Council Tax account number - if you do not have a copy of your Council Tax account number, please get in touch with the Council Tax team
There are many payment options available to you:
Over 101,000 Fife residents now pay their council tax by direct debit. This is the simplest and most convenient way to pay. You will have the added option of spreading the cost from April to March and paying:
- every 2 weeks; or
- monthly (you can pay on the 1st or 15th of the month).
Set up or change an existing direct debit online.
You can pay online by entering your council tax account number and credit/debit card details.
To make a payment by debit or credit card call our 24-hour automated line, on 03451 55 00 55. You will need your council tax account number and debit/credit card details.
Use your mobile to pay your council tax by debit/credit card. You can register here.
Digital or Online Personal Banking
Pay your council tax using your online banking system.
Enter the following sort code and account number.
- Sort code:83-22-37
- Account Number:00197596
You will also need your council tax account number.
You can pay your bill at any post office by taking along your latest council tax bill.
You need your latest council tax bill to pay at any PayPoint. Find your nearest PayPoint outlet at Paypoint.com.
Paying Council Tax is not a matter of choice and the Council will take action if you do not pay or do not pay on time.
If you are experiencing problems paying or have fallen behind with your payments then please contact us immediately on 03451 55 11 55 so we can help get you back on track. Alternatively, you can complete the Request a Payment Arrangement form to let us know how you would like to pay for your outstanding Council Tax.
Further information and advice is available by clicking the "Dealing With Debt" section below.
Fife Council has a Corporate Debt Policy which provides information and advice to customers. Therefore, we can help if you are experiencing problems with many debts owed to the Council.
If you have not paid the amount due and have not contacted us to make a payment arrangement then we will take further action to collect the total amount due:
Scott and Company: 0333 320 6871
Walker Love: 0330 123 0949
Paying Council Tax is not a matter of choice and Fife Council will take action if you do not pay or do not pay on time.
If you are experiencing problems paying or have fallen behind with your payments then please contact us immediately on 03451 55 11 55, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, so we can help get you back on track.
If you do not pay your instalments as they fall due Fife Council will issue you with reminder letters. Failure to pay the amount due or to contact us to make an arrangement will result in a 10% statutory penalty being applied. At this stage, Fife Council will either take deductions from certain state benefits or the account will be passed to Sheriff Officers for collection. The Sheriff Officer can then enforce one of the diligence's available to them such as earnings or bank arrestment. Any associated legal fees with these actions are payable by you.
- Scott and Company: 0333 320 6871
- Walker Love: 0330 123 0949
Fife Council has a Corporate Debt Policy which provides information and advice to customers.
If you are experiencing financial difficulty whether it's budgeting advice or require urgent debt information then free, confidential, independent financial help and advice is available from Citizens Advice and Rights Fife, Money Advice Unit. They can be contacted by calling 03451 40 00 94 between 8:30 am and 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday, or by accessing www.carfweb.org. A range of information is also available at www.fife.gov.uk/benefits.
If you are claiming Universal Credit and need help with personal budgeting you can request a referral through your job coach.
Ways to pay your Council Tax can be found by clicking "Pay My Council Tax" above.Back To Top